Charleston is a great destination for golfers. With many courses in and around the Holy City, the city has plenty of golf to offer and with a huge range of price points and options for couples, groups, and families.
Whatever you choose, rest assured that a golf trip to Charleston will be filled with plenty of excitement, delicious food and beautiful views!
1. Shadowmoss Golf & Country Club
Shadowmoss features an 18-hole golf course in a semi-private country club. They also have a junior Olympic swimming pool, toddler pool, fitness center, and a full-service grill room and lounge. Take a hole-by-hole tour here.
Where: 21 Dunvegan Drive, Charleston
2. City of Charleston Municipal Golf Course
This municipal golf course is one of the most popular in the Holy City so expect for it to be packed. It’s known locally as The Muni. You can book tee times online at the Charleston government website.
Where: 2110 Maybank Highway, Charleston, SC
3. Patriots Point Links
Play golf while looking out toward Fort Sumter. This is a stand-alone golf course with no associated real estate development, close to historic downtown Charleston. This course is a little bit on the pricey side but it’s a Holy City must-visit.
Where: 1 Patriots Point Road, Mount Pleasant
4. Country Club of Charleston
The Country Club of Charleston is a prestigious and historic private club, so only members and their guests can play on the course. Check out their pairings and tee times on their website.
Where: 1 Country Club Drive, Charleston
5. Daniel Island Club
Daniel Island Club offers an unparalleled private club experience. They have two private golf courses and their clubhouses feature swimming, tennis, and fitness facilities.
Where: 600 Island Park Drive, Charleston
6. Dunes West Golf and River Club
Dunes is located less than 20 minutes from historic downtown Charleston. It features spectacular scenery and a course for players of all handicaps. You’ll certainly get your money’s worth!
Where: 3535 Wando Plantation Way, Mount Pleasant
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